9 Warning Signs Of Lymphoma To Pay Attention To
Lymphoma is a rather common type of cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, about 2.1 percent of people get non-Hodgkin lymphoma at some point in their lives (Hodgkin’s lymphoma is less common). In many cases, it isn’t diagnosed until later stages, because its signs and symptoms may be so barely perceptible that people simply ignore them until they start to feel worse. The other problem with lymphoma is that its symptoms sometimes overlap with those of many other, less serious conditions, making it difficult to diagnose. But there are some symptoms that are often present since early stages of the disease.